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Transfer to Boca Chica from SDQ airport

Boca Chica

Tourist Information
Boca Chica extends to the south on the Caribbean front of the island, about thirty kilometers from Santo Domingo and barely 12 kilometers from Las Americas International Airport (attention, 5 pesos of toll). It was once a fishing village frequented by the Dominican bourgeoisie during the 1920s. At present, the city would not have the slightest interest if it were not for its medium and high category hotels, its shops, restaurants and nightclubs, which they concentrate basically in one of the main avenues: Calle Duarte. The whole gives a bit the impression of having lost his soul because of tourists. For this reason, the beach is beautiful, but it suffers the invasion of the concrete constructions of the hotels and resorts. The weekend is invaded by the inhabitants of the capital and the sea bath is transformed into a mass bath.

What to see
Apart from the city of Boca Chica, the truly worthwhile excursion in the surroundings of Boca Chica is the capital itself, Santo Domingo. To be able to submerge in the bustling atmosphere of the city, 45 minutes by rental car, by shuttle bus or by taxi if the traffic is not very dense.

What to try
Apart from the city of Boca Chica, the truly worthwhile excursion in the surroundings of Boca Chica is the capital itself, Santo Domingo. To be able to submerge in the bustling atmosphere of the city, 45 minutes by rental car, by shuttle bus or by taxi if the traffic is not very dense.

The pros

  • Water sports
  • A good level of hospitality
  • A lake protected by the coral reef.
  • Contact with the Dominican population.
  • The proximity to Santo Domingo.
  • What to think
    A summer suitcase: light cotton clothing, open footwear, shorts, blouses, T-shirts ... not forgetting the swimsuit complete with outerwear and sports shoes for mountain breaks. A raincoat can be useful during the rainy season (May to July).

    What to taste
    Rich and seasoned, Dominican cuisine is a mixture of Creole, European and African influences. Starches (rice, sweet potatoes, "plantain" bananas), fish and crustaceans and tropical fruits are the staple foods. The stews (mondogo, sancocho), kid meat and fish cooked in coconut milk are some examples.

    What Brig The jewels of amber (solidified brown resin), larimar (bluish stone), leather objects, basketry, naive paintings, heritage of the Taíno Indians, merengue and bachata CD, cigars, liquid vanilla, jam, rum and coffee are The main souvenirs that can be brought. They are found everywhere, especially on beaches and in local markets.


    Transfer to Hotel  in Santiago de los Cballeros

    Santiago De Los Caballeros

    Tourist information
    Santo Domingo, the capital, has maintained in such a way the traces of its colonial past, that the historic center of the city is classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1990. The visit of the colonial zone begins in the Calle de las Damas, the oldest cobbled street that houses magnificent colonial houses, as well as the Ozama Fortress. At the end of this, you can see the house of Columbus and Plaza de la Hispanidad where the Alcázar de Colón is located, a magnificent palace turned into a museum that dominates the port of the city. The Santa María La Menor Cathedral, in front of the Colón Park, in Gothic-Plateresque style, is the first cathedral built in America. The cultural center, a different neighborhood, houses several museums (Museum of Man, Museum of Modern Art) and the National Theater. The popular neighborhood, around Calle Mella, has a cheerful and musical atmosphere, like the same country.


    Transfer to Puerto Plata from Las Americas Airport

    Travel to Puerto Plata: culture, tradition and lots of beach

    Tourist information
    Located on the north coast of the Dominican Republic, Puerto Plata is a perfect resort for those looking for relaxing holidays at an attractive price with many places to visit. Except for the beach of Long Beach, located a few minutes from the center of the city of Puerto Plata, there are no immense white sand beaches like those of Punta Cana (east coast of the island), but you can do many excursions and it should be noted an authentically Dominican life, both day and night.

    The northern region is called the Amber coast because of its important reserves of the famous fossilized resin, transformed into jewels and multiple objects of craftsmanship. It enjoys a mild climate (humid tropical). Rich in coffee, sugar, cocoa and tobacco, this region offers green landscapes that are composed of lush tropical vegetation.

    It is on this coast that he first disembarked on the island of Christopher Columbus and it was he who gave his current name to the city, populated by smiling and welcoming Dominicans, just as they are in the rest of the country. It is nice to walk in front of the beautiful colonial wooden houses, Victorian style. With regard to shopping, Puerto Plata has many shops where you can buy amber and souvenirs of all kinds. In the vicinity, there is the beach resort of Playa Dorada, connected by the Gregorio Luperón international airport (located 18 km east of the city). This station is distinguished by its tourist life: large hotels, prestigious golf courses, casinos, numerous sports activities.

    Starting point of the excursions, the city of Puerto Plata presents numerous centers of interest by itself. One can cite, in particular, the amber museum, which brings together the most beautiful jewelry collection in the country. They offer guided tours in several languages ​​from Monday to Saturday, from 09:00 to 18:00. You also have to see:

  • The port and Fortaleza San Felipe, at the entrance
  • Malecón Avenue, which borders the Atlantic Ocean for almost 5 km
  • the craft markets (Mercado Nuevo)
  • the Punta Fortaleza lighthouse

  • Out of the city:
  • Río San Juan and the Playa Grande
  • Samana Peninsula to watch the humpback whales

  • What to see
    The city of Puerto Plata offers beautiful walks, from the Central Park, its picturesque center, to the towers of the Church of San Felipe. The Amber Museum, on Duarte Street, a beautiful example of Victorian architecture, contains a unique collection of precious multi-colored jewels. Many experts believe that this amber is the most transparent in the world. What to try Multiple sports, nautical and cultural activities (Merengue and Bachata dance courses, music from the Dominican Republic) in Playa Dorada; the towns of Luperón, La Isabela, Punta Rucia, Montecristi (and its carnival every Sunday of the month of February), west of Puerto Plata; those of Sosua, Cabarete (sailing sports in special), to the east.

    The pros
  • An authentic Dominican life
  • Walks around the city of Puerto Plata and varied excursions

  • What to try
    The hotels offer all the necessary services for a high level of well-being, with a wide range of spas in environments of great beauty as well as a wide range of varied sports activities (tennis, cycling, horse riding). Water sports are not far behind (diving, water skiing, sailing). Golf lovers will find good courses.

    The pros
  • The historical and cultural riches of the city (Colonial Zone, Park the 3 eyes, Lighthouse to Colon)
  • Night life

  • What to think
    A summer suitcase: light cotton clothing, open footwear, shorts, blouses, T-shirts ... not forgetting the swimsuit complete with outerwear and sports shoes for mountain breaks. A raincoat can be useful during the rainy season (from May to July).

    What to taste
    Rich and seasoned, Dominican cuisine is the fruit of Creole, European and African influences. Starches (rice, sweet potatoes, bananas), fish and crustaceans and tropical fruits are the staple foods. The stews (mondogo, sancocho), kid meat and fish cooked in coconut milk are some examples.

    What Brig
    The jewels of amber (solidified dark resin), larimar (bluish stone), leather objects, basketry, naive paintings, inherited from the Taíno Indians, merengue and bachata CDs, cigars, vanilla liquida, marmalade, rum and coffee are the main souvenirs that can be brought. They are found everywhere, especially on beaches and local markets.